The latest installment in the driving franchise from Ivory Tower will hit PC and consoles on June 29th has announced Ubisoft. Get the new trailer of The Crew 2 inside along with some details about the Motor Edition.
UBISOFT ANNOUNCES THE CREW® 2
WILL BE AVAILABLE JUNE 29, 2018
Live the Ultimate Motorsports Experience with The Crew 2 Motor Edition
SAN FRANCISCO — March 15, 2018 — Today, Ubisoft announced that The Crew® 2, the newest iteration in the revolutionary open world driving franchise The Crew®, will launch on June 29, 2018, for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices and Windows PC.
Developed by Ubisoft Ivory Tower,* a studio based in Lyon, France, The Crew 2 will let players experience the thrill of the American motorsports spirit inside a fully redesigned USA. The game’s playground pushes physical boundaries to let driving and open world fans test their skills, solo or with friends, in nonstop competition and exploration. From coast to coast, drivers will explore America and compete to become the greatest motorsports champion by collecting a wide variety of exotic cars, bikes, boats and planes, and dominating the motorsports scene on the land, on the water and in the air. They will find challenges and inspiration among four different motorsports families: street racing, off-road, pro racing and freestyle, and will be given a broad set of options among a wide selection of vehicle types.
Ubisoft also unveiled The Crew 2 Motor Edition, that lets players get the game three days early allowing players to gear up before their competition on June 26. Now available exclusively on the Ubisoft Store, this exclusive edition gives players the most advanced motorsports experience. The Motor Edition also includes:
• The Crew 2 Gold Edition and season pass lets players enjoy new vehicles, outfits, additional content and much more.
• The Motorsports Deluxe Pack, which includes unique outfits and vehicles, including the FORD F-150 RAPTOR RACE TRUCK 2017, PILATUS PC-21 AIR RACE EDITION 2002 Plane and the ABARTH 500 MONSTER TRUCK EDITION 2008.
• A customized, 11.81” x 5.9” American The Crew 2 license plate that comes in a high-quality collector box, an exclusive Steelbook®, the official Roadmap of the game and four original stickers.
Players who pre-order will receive The Crew 2 Legendary Motors Pack, which includes exclusive vehicles such as the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Touring Car 2016 and the HARLEY-DAVIDSON® IRON 883TM 2017.
Players can start their in-game vehicle collection right now with The Crew Rewards Program. By completing a series of monthly challenges in the first installment of The Crew, players can unlock up to 19 vehicles in The Crew 2, including exclusive water vehicles. For more information, please visit thecrewgame.com/rewardsprogram.
Players can also sign up now for a chance to have beta access at thecrewgame.com/beta.
For the latest news on The Crew and other Ubisoft games, please visit news.ubisoft.com.
For more information about The Crew 2, please visit thecrewgame.com and follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thecrewgame.usa/ and on Twitter at twitter.com/thecrewgame using hashtag #TheCrew2.
*Associate Ubisoft studios are Bucharest, Paris, Shanghai and Massive.
as for Tarkin, i think they should have gone with the stand-in actor with some make-up/prosthetics. just looking at him in the making-of material he looks close enough. (3 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: she was kinda stiff/robotic in the original BR too. Like a doll, which they obviously aimed for, which helps sell the 2049 version. (5 minutes ago)
The other scenes that had all CG models of the actors and actress were so well done, I didn't realise it was entirely all rendered. Joi for example is almost completely CG overlaid with the actress. (7 minutes ago)
Tarkin in Rogue One looked great right up until he started moving and talking. Then it just looked ridiculous. BR's Sean Young is a bit similar, but its only really her mouth moving that I find off (8 minutes ago)
CGI was at the point of being capable of rendering photo realistic humans a while ago. It's just the animation that lets it down. (9 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: That's the hard stuff because you instantly know its not real, though. The invisible stuff is usually stuff that isn't animated, like cityscapes and ambient background effects. (11 minutes ago)
how many will point out that the snow by the roadside is a visual effect. those kind of effects are used all the time without people noticing. (13 minutes ago)